Owl’s Well (K-2)
In this delightful play for K-2, two little mice learn how to stand up to someone who is bullying by a wise owl.
1. To define bullying.
2. to demonstrate that getting angry and being mean isn’t the way to stop bullying.
3. To practice an assertive stance.
4. To clarify that you should report bullying when a repeated assertive response fails or when someone is in danger.
5. To show how to stand up for children who are being bullied.
6. To differentiate between tattling and reporting.
“The set, costumes, and puppets were amazing and the kids really enjoyed it.”Lindsey McGraw, 2nd grade teacher
Length: 40 minutes
Max audience size: 350
Space: 10′ tall, 16′ wide, 20′ deep
Price: $660/perf, plus travel
J ayden is bullying Isabella and her friend Noah is not at all helpful. What should the little mice do? Thank goodness for the advice from an unlikely ally: a wise old owl from the woods behind her house! Eventually, with coaching from the owl, and help from Isabella’s dad, both Noah and Isabella learn how to handle themselves when they or someone else is being bullied.
“We LOVED the birds! The students got the message loud and clear!”Paula Sammons, kindergarten teacherSCHEDULE NOW